Hi friends! If I could show you a simple and inexpensive way to create my “Hello Pumpkin” DIY wall art I used for my fall coffee bar would you want to know how? If that answer is yes, then I got you covered!!
If you have seen my previous post “Fall Coffee Bar Organization Ideas,” then you may have seen this cute wall art on my blog and Instagram. I am so in love with it, and I think I love it because it is something I made for my home. And if you would like to make your own then follow along below.
1. Find A Rustic Frame
For this project, I knew I wanted a frame that had a rustic and distressed look for my coffee bar. So, if you know me, you already knew a run to my local Hobby Lobby was a must. I hunted the aisles down until I came across this beautiful reclaimed wood frame that holds an 8×10 photo or art. I love the look and feel of this frame for this season!
I am not too sure if Hobby Lobby currently has this frame in stock, however, I did find an identical one on Amazon too!! You may have noticed that I removed the glass from this frame. I did that because I wanted zero reflection and I also wanted it to look like it was handcrafted just like the signs the talented sign makers create on Instagram and Pinterest.
2. Create Your word Art
Now, I know that I could have easily gone to Etsy and purchased a printable sign, but I just couldn’t because I know how to create them too!! So I simply opened up my word program and started to play around with many fonts.
I knew I wanted my sign to say, “Hello Pumpkin” because I am totally obsessed with all this pumpkin spice and everything nice, lol. Once I created and positioned my word art, I simply printed it out on white card-stock paper. That’s it!! Super easy and fast!!
3. Print & Display Your Work of Art.
The only thing I will mention is the card stock paper measures 8 & 1/2 by 11. So, I had to trim my word art down to 8×10 for it to fit inside the frame. I love how this turned out! This frame gives me the flexibility to just place on my coffee bar, or I can easily hang it up on the wall too with the Velcro command strips by 3m.
The other thing I love about this wall art is that I can switch the word art out each season! As a result, I am saving myself some money versus purchasing more wall decor for the same area. And you all know wall art for the home can add up fast!!
I hope that you all enjoyed my quick and easy DIY wall art post and if you love my “Hello Pumpkin” word art then click on the link below to download a free copy for your home.
What other DIY would you like to see here? Let me know by commenting below, and you will also be automatically entered into my monthly giveaway too!!